Roger Osorio, the founder of The School of Reinvention, a community-based training platform that empowers people to undertake and succeed in personal and professional reinvention, joins Enterprise Radio.
This episode of Enterprise Radio is associated with the Author Channel.
Listen host Eric Dye and guest Roger Osorio discuss the following:
- Your own entrepreneurial journey is quite an interesting one…from math teacher to corporate executive to reinvention coach to entrepreneurial teacher…what did you learn about yourself along the way?
- What does reinvention mean to you, do you have to become someone different?
- In his book, The Journey to Reinvention, he talks about values, why are values important for reinvention?
- If I want to reinvent myself today, where and how do I start?
- What do you hope readers take away from your book?
Roger Osorio He is an author, reinvention expert, and founder of The School of Reinvention, a community-based coaching platform that empowers people to undertake and succeed in personal and professional reinvention. Roger works with companies like Google, Citibank, Orlando Magic, Chase, LVMH, and Mastercard.
Roger grew up in the projects in a predominantly Latino neighborhood in New Jersey and Spanish was his first language. After graduating from Penn State University, Roger worked for many years at a Fortune 500 company in marketing and sales. In 2008, after falling for a part-time job as a math tutor, he quit his day job to become a teacher. He changed careers again, returning to the company as a trainer and executive coach before developing his current path.
Throughout his journey, Roger earned a master’s degree in psychology, an MBA, and reinvented himself as an international speaker, math teacher, executive coach, entrepreneur, and author. When Roger isn’t writing or coaching, he teaches entrepreneurship at the University of Pennsylvania and Sarah Lawrence College.
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